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Fluid–structure interaction is ubiquitous in nature and occurs at all biological scales. Immersed methods provide mathematical and computational frameworks for modeling fluid–structure systems. These methods, which typically use an Eulerian description of the fluid and a Lagrangian description of the structure, can treat thin immersed boundaries and volumetric bodies, and they can model structures that are flexible or rigid or that move with prescribed deformational kinematics. Immerseddoi:10.1146/annurev-fluid-010719-060228 pmid:33012877 pmcid:PMC7531444 fatcat:qa3aqmoibvhjxfy4x75kichxxm